How to Host a Digital Dinner Party
Our new normal is well, not normal at all. We're social and physical distancing, taking safety precautions when having items delivered, and being vigilant about maintaining a strong immune system. We're self-quarantined, self-isolated, and trying to maintain our physical health, social life, and sanity while riding out a global pandemic. Group gatherings have all but disappeared, but thanks to the Internet, families and friends are discovering a new way to come together remotely. Happy hours, group hangouts, and remote work is the new normal for non-essential workers, and while staring at a screen all day and all night can get tedious, there are ways to separate your on-the-clock screen time from time spent unwinding in front of your screen.
Casual, impromptu FaceTime hangs are great, but hosting a digital dinner party is another way to bring folks together, intentionally, and focus on remote quality time as a group. We have a few tips for hosting a stress-free and fun digital dinner party, to help carry us through our sheltering-in-place until we can all eat dinner together IRL again.
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